  # Knowledge base

How-To videos and tutorials. Resources for students and teachers. What else would you like to see here? Let us know

## TUTORIALS

### Tutorial: Inserting tables

In this video, we show how to insert tables into a hypatia document. We will do this using math tables.

### Tutorial: Inserting lists

In this video, we demonstrate how to insert lists and bullets into a hypatia document.

### Tutorial: Inserting figures

In this video, we explain how to insert a figure into a hypatia document.

### Tutorial: Using the Inspector

In this video, we show basic usage of the Inspector for manipulating text and object properties in a hypatia document.

### Calculus I: Plotting a function

In this video, we show how hypatia editor can be used to solve a typical Calculus I problem on plotting a graph of a function.

### Calculus I: Composition of Functions

In this tutorial we show how to find composition of two functions using hypatia.

### Tutorial: The TOOLBOX

In this video, we show how to use math TOOLBOX for faster inserting math symbols into a hypatia document.

### Calculus I: Average Rate of Change

In this video, we explain how hypatia can be used to check calculations on a typical average rate of change problem.

### CheckMath Examples

Hypatia is a math editor with an ability to check your calculations, thus can act as a personal tutor. This video shows some very simple

### Tutorial: CheckMath Basics

In this video, we demonstrate some basic features of CheckMath within Hypatia.

### Tutorial: How to Insert a Math Node

A Math Node is a special block that CheckMath can evaluate for errors. This video shows you how to insert one into your document. (More

## EXAMPLES

### Calculus I: Plotting a function

In this video, we show how hypatia editor can be used to solve a typical Calculus I problem on plotting a graph of a function.

### Calculus I: Composition of Functions

In this tutorial we show how to find composition of two functions using hypatia.

### Calculus I: Average Rate of Change

In this video, we explain how hypatia can be used to check calculations on a typical average rate of change problem.

### CheckMath Examples

Hypatia is a math editor with an ability to check your calculations, thus can act as a personal tutor. This video shows some very simple

## Hypatia Video Tutorials

Hypatia Features
1/10 tutorials 02:28 02:42 04:30 hypatia - Google Doc Quick Start
02:56 Tutorial CheckMath examples
16:42 Tutorial Inserting math
06:34 Tutorial CheckMath basics
12:22 Tutorial Math TOOLBOX
01:46 Tutorial Using the Inspector
02:09 Tutorial Inserting figures
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# Learning Resources

## Calculus I

Calculus 1 Resources
1/3 tutorials Calculus I Composition of functions
03:44 Calculus I Plotting a graph of a function
04:39 Calculus I Average rate of change
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